So I switched my major out of sciences to Radiation Therapy when I was worried about the economy and was under the impression medical= instant job. I of course discovered medical physics at my clinical site but it was too late to go back with out finishing. Now having discovered Therapy has no jobs I'm considering a return to physics. I have a real passion for science and it keeps pointing to physics lately, but will it be a waste if I go back? Although I have a decent command of the basics of XIO and some other dosimetry programs, dosimtery schools seem to have gigantic backlogs of applicants. The job market for dosimetry does not seem to be much better than radiation therapy. So in a few questions. Medical physicists, would this be a good move? what is the job market like for those with little experience? any stories anecdotes or words of wisdom? I have a passion for Oncology from my therapist background so this seems like the most obvious choice for me. Other than medical physics whose job description i have a good grasp on what other physics related professions are out there? I am also considering the college based & naval nuclear physics program. Has any one gone through something similar? What is this like? Thanks for the help, This site has also been an awesome refresher for mathematics and physics lately.